Dark Tales II

(Hong Kong TV Series)
Dark Tales II (DVD) Hong Kong TV Series
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Dark Tales II

Dark Tales II

  • Video
  • PAL Fullscreen 4:3
  • Audio
  • Cantonese, Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese Simplified
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region code All
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  • Title : Dark Tales II / 聊齋2
  • Also known as : 聊齋貳
  • Episode : 1~40 end
  • TV Station / Studio : Hong Kong TVB
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 1998
  • Listing date : 21 May 2012
  • Disc Qty : 8 pcs
  • Weight : 390(g)

  • Cast by
  • Benny Chan , Louisa So , Derek Kwok , Joey Leung , Felix Lok , Wilson Tsui , Noel Leung , Evergreen Mak , Dickson Lee , Florence Kwok , Rain Lau , Joyce Chen , Fung So Bor , Eric Li , Lily Li , Kitty Lau
  • Synopsis
  • The Chinese literary masterpiece "Dark Tales" is again brought to the TV screen with the help of phenomenal computer animations and special effects.

    "Dark Tales II" consist of eight touching love stories between earthly men and the immortals, which are in fact parables: "Feather Fairy" describes how earthly love cannot resist temptations; "The Phantom and the Fox" points out man can hardly distinguish between the good and the evil. "The Judge from Hell" prompts man not to be greedy and that being common is good; "Flower Fairies" relates how easy man will turn weak and suspicious; "Mistake" teaches man to do good; "Ghost Mother" shows how deep a mother loves her child; "Sacred Sword" reminds man not to underestimate others and "Eternal Love" reveals how love can last forever...

  • Synopsis
  • The Chinese literary masterpiece "Dark Tales" is again brought to the TV screen with the help of phenomenal computer animations and special effects.

    "Dark Tales II" consist of eight touching love stories between earthly men and the immortals, which are in fact parables: "Feather Fairy" describes how earthly love cannot resist temptations; "The Phantom and the Fox" points out man can hardly distinguish between the good and the evil. "The Judge from Hell" prompts man not to be greedy and that being common is good; "Flower Fairies" relates how easy man will turn weak and suspicious; "Mistake" teaches man to do good; "Ghost Mother" shows how deep a mother loves her child; "Sacred Sword" reminds man not to underestimate others and "Eternal Love" reveals how love can last forever...